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The HPV vaccine is a relatively new vaccine that was developed with the intent of preventing infection from HPV or Human Papillomavirus, which has been linked to cervical cancer. There is a tremendous amount of controversy surrounding this and other vaccines, particularly due to the potential risks associated with them. While the medical establishment continues to promote this vaccine and stands behind their recommendation that it should be administered to everyone (male and female) between the ages of 9 and 26 years old, there are many vocal opponents of the vaccine who claim that the potential side effects of this vaccine are dangerous or even deadly. The following are the potential side effects of the HPV vaccine that have been acknowledged by the manufacturers of the vaccine. Those who are considering this vaccine should gather as much information and do as much research as possible before making a decision.
1. Injection Site
It’s not uncommon to experience a reaction at or near the site of the injection. Most of the time injection site reactions are not serious and may include pain, swelling, itching, bruising and redness.